Book/Printed Material Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution, of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27th, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn, United States' superintendent at Harper's Ferry, January 29th, 1830 : to which is now added the appeal of Daniel Stipes, one of the parties accused : likewise, a melancholy account of the murder of Thos. Griffin Thornton, late sheriff of Caroline County, Va., perpetrated by Charles Young ...

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Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution, of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27th, 1830 for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn, United States' superintendent at Harper's Ferry, January 29th, 1830 : to which is now added the appeal of Daniel Stipes, one of the parties accused : likewise, a melancholy account of the murder of Thos. Griffin Thornton, late sheriff of Caroline County, Va., perpetrated by Charles Young ...
Contributor Names
Nourse, Gabriel, 1770-1839.
Cox, Ebenezer W.
Young, Charles, -1830.
Virginia. Superior Court of Law (Jefferson County)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Winchester : Samuel H. Davis, printer, 1830.
Subject Headings
-  Cox, Ebenezer W.,--1808-1830--Trials, litigation, etc
-  Young, Charles,---1830--Trials, litigation, etc
-  Trials (Murder)--Virginia
Notes
-  "The case of Ebenezer Cox ... came up for trial on Tuesday 20th July, in the superior court of law for Jefferson county": p. 10.
Medium
32 p. ; 20 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
KF223.C675 N68 1830
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/Toner.52337
Library of Congress Control Number
2001552337
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"The case of Ebenezer Cox ... came up for trial on Tuesday 20th July, in the superior court of law for Jefferson county": p. 10.
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https://lccn.loc.gov/2001552337
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Nourse, Gabriel, Ebenezer W Cox, Charles Young, Virginia. Superior Court Of Law, and Joseph Meredith Toner Collection. Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution, of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27th,for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn, United States' superintendent at Harper's Ferry, January 29th,: to which is now added the appeal of Daniel Stipes, one of the parties accused: likewise, a melancholy account of the murder of Thos. Griffin Thornton, late sheriff of Caroline County, Va., perpetrated by Charles Young. Winchester: Samuel H. Davis, printer, 1830. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2001552337/. (Accessed February 21, 2018.)

APA citation style:

Nourse, G., Cox, E. W., Young, C., Virginia. Superior Court Of Law & Joseph Meredith Toner Collection. (1830) Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution, of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27th,for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn, United States' superintendent at Harper's Ferry, January 29th,: to which is now added the appeal of Daniel Stipes, one of the parties accused: likewise, a melancholy account of the murder of Thos. Griffin Thornton, late sheriff of Caroline County, Va., perpetrated by Charles Young. Winchester: Samuel H. Davis, printer. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2001552337/.

MLA citation style:

Nourse, Gabriel, et al. Narrative of the life, trial, confession, sentence of death, and execution, of Ebenezer W. Cox, who was executed at Charlestown, Jefferson County, Va. August 27th,for the murder of Col. Th. B. Dunn, United States' superintendent at Harper's Ferry, January 29th,: to which is now added the appeal of Daniel Stipes, one of the parties accused: likewise, a melancholy account of the murder of Thos. Griffin Thornton, late sheriff of Caroline County, Va., perpetrated by Charles Young. Winchester: Samuel H. Davis, printer, 1830. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2001552337/>.